Georgia C.A.R.E. Project is a volunteer-led organization that believes it is time to end marijuana prohibition.
Georgia C.A.R.E. Project serves as a clearinghouse for information on cannabis law reform, activism and provides a voice for cannabis law reform in Georgia.
Our affiliate is Athens C.A.R.E. Project at the University of Georgia. Director Josh Wayne is actively organizing and hosting events.
Contact information: Email: [email protected] – Phone: 404 / 271 / 9061
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We are a coalition of organizations & individuals who are interested in:
- Allowing patients unfettered, safe access to tested and regulated medical marijuana that is grown, packaged and sold in Georgia.
- Reforming Georgia law to remove criminal penalties for possession of marijuana.
- The legalization of industrial hemp and the creation of a robust hemp industry in Georgia.
Georgia C.A.R.E. Project participates in public speaking events, debates, hearings, media interviews and representatives are available for media interviews and consulting.
The cost of prohibition in terms of civil liberties, tax dollars and wasted criminal justice resources is unjustifiable.
State Legislators have acknowledged we can no longer afford the current criminal justice policies and seek solutions.
We need your support in reforming cannabis laws in Georgia.
Disclaimer: Georgia C.A.R.E. Project does not advocate violation of any local, state or federal laws. We do not offer medical or legal advice – please consult a lawyer or medical professional. We do not offer referrals for access to medical cannabis. We are not associated with any government agency.